Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has been willing to give youngsters a chance since arriving at the helm in 2014 and has brought Parrott with the rest of the first-team to matches in both the Premier League and Champions League.
Yet, going into the last 10 to 12 hours of the window, the Dutchman's future remains unresolved despite interest from several clubs in Europe.
According to the report by Express UK, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has told Maurizio Sarri that he will be fired if he fails to finish among the top four at the end of the season.
Spurs' current season has been disrupted by injuries to key players, no transfer activity, and a lengthy delay in moving to their new multi-million-pound stadium, with Wembley once again being used as their ground for home fixtures.
It will take some effort for Tottenham to claim a maiden Premier League title given the fact they have lost six games so far.
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The Argentine's frustration was evident as he continued: "Of course I wanted to strengthen the squad but if we can not sign, I need to stick with the project of the club".
"For different reasons - but the principle reason was a sporting decision - one year ago we chose to send him on loan and then in the last year he didn't play because he was injured".
"Every single game is a different solution but it's very important to believe we can score in every single moment".
Spurs are now competing in the Premier League and Champions League following recent eliminations from the FA Cup and Carabao Cup.
"When you are a player the only thing you want is to win".
"It is probably the most important goal I have scored here at Tottenham. Lots more work to do".